If you haven’t made it to the Ohio State Fair yet, there’s still time! You can visit the Invention Convention static booth at the Lausche Building and enjoy all the hands-on fun the world of technology has to bring.
You can also visit our friends from The Ohio Soy Bean Council Foundation in the agriculture barn. There are loads of things for both kids and adults to do, see and learn at the barn – we know you’ll have a great time!
Our wonderful partners at Kroger and The Ohio Soy Bean Council Foundation continue to support the Ohio State Fair and we are so proud, because Invention Convention knows that at the heart of the history of fairs – lives innovation!
From the first state fair held in 1841 in Syracuse, NY to the fairs of today, innovative ideas in agriculture, production, food and technology have always been at the heart of the events.
In 1953, at the California State Fair, the California Dental Society showed off a never-before seen dental x-ray machine. In 1893, at the World’s Fair in Chicago, the world was introduced to a product most of us use and could not live without – the zipper!
So thank you to all those who support the Ohio State Fair and fairs around the globe – come see our young innovators at the Ohio State Fair this month and thank you Invention Convention sponsors for your support!